Depleted Uranium is not some kind of benign plastic that radiates democracy upon the unworthy. Depleted Uranium is a mounting pile of extremely poisonous unstable metal that nobody has an idea what to do with, so they decided to spread it all over the world, disguised as peace and prosperity.
The term Depleted’ plays on our emotional response to ‘Enriched’. We all (think we) know what enrichment means; they take Uranium, enrich it and then it becomes nuclear fuel, easy. Enrichment is something they do in er… it makes the Uranium …er, better. Actually, it is all the same Uranium. Radioactivity has to do with the actual mass of an atom, such as Uranium. If my science teacher had it right, Uranium should weigh about 184 atomic units, but Nature decided to add a whole bunch of Neutrons, more than 50, even, causing the Average weight of an Uranium atom to be around 238 comma whatsit. Average and Around should tell you that sometimes there are more, and sometimes less, and the heavier the atom, the more spare Neutrons trying to fly off, the more radioactive that particular atom. Nuclear boffins love U235, which has a shorter decay rate (more radioactive), which they separate from the lump of 238-comma. A tiny lump of 235 is thus ‘enriched’ compared to the ‘depleted’ 238 comma-very little. It is still the exact same shoebox-sized lump of ever-lasting poison, that 235 you took out was not even a teaspoon’s worth. It is still the same dangerous, cancerous, mutating lump of silent, painful, protracted death and suffering they dug up from the earth.
Humongous piles of ‘depleted’ Uranium must be piling up somewhere, like the extremely poisonous fluoride waste associated with the extraction process, which eats through anything but a diamond. What to do? Well, the fluoride they sell off as ‘good for your teeth’, which gives them billions of litres of public water to dilute their poison into. This health nightmare has only become apparent once unrelated families across the world started comparing notes, it seems. ‘Depleted Uranium’ on the other hand, is something the American Coalition sprinkled over the landscape of Fallujah, where they sprouted seed and flowered little blossoms of democracy: The people all came together as a nation for the first time in centuries, had a silent public discussion and decided by common consent, the Americans are murderers. Much of the carnage was actually sub-contracted, the Americans tell me. Over half a million children were provably damaged in the womb by 2010, by 2018 it seems the nightmare continues…because what do you do with tons and tons of radio-active waste?
Why use Uranium to make bullets, though? For the same reason you use lead: the smallest, fastest possible projectile, with the most mass. Lead makes better bullets than plastic or iron because it imparts more momentum to the impact zone. Uranium is also a metal, considerably denser than lead, making for good bullets, and here's the best bit: Uranium burns! In other words, once that metal hits a target, it catches fire, almost instantly reducing the lump of metal into a cloud of ashes, making it a good way to distribute radioactive waste across somebody else’s landscape; it is the Globalist version of salting the fields!
So, please, next time somebody use the term ‘depleted uranium munitions’ around you, grab the mother-lover by the ears, look the genocidal freak straight in the eye, and head-butt the bastard between the eyes. Give him a little plastic spade and a bucket, like a kid on the beach, seal the piece of human excrement in a crate, and post the jerk to Fallujah, let him go pick up some of his scrap metal… depleted my foot!
P.S. It turns out they have been doing this a long time, the war in Kosovo was already a wholesale spreading of radioactive ashes, disguised as the casings for boms. Bomb casings themself do not really form part of the munitions, they just rip into large shards that may or may not contribute to the carnage. With a DU casing, however, the explosives will ignite the Uranium, with aforementioned democratic ashes sifting down radioactively, thousands of kilometers from the "theatre of combat".